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Statement Knits

New York stylist and man about town Ian Bradley on his approach to style, mixing with panache, and his tips for nailing the look.

Photo: Andy Ryan

New York nightlife denizens know him as the dapper doorman at Le Bain, the always-packed, occasionally outre, club atop the Standard, but Ian Bradley has put his clipboard-toting days behind him and is now a full-time stylist, working brands like Theory and magazines like The Fader and Vice. As far as his personal style goes, Ian describes it as a mash-up of sporty, luxe, and casual, mixing essentials like sweatshirts and tees with brogues and tailored overcoats. “I like to be slightly dressed up but never overdressed,” he says. “Somewhere in the middle.” His advice for wearing a statement knit? “Keep everything else simple, like a pair of raw denim and a luxe sneaker.” As you’ll see from the photos, his is an opinion you can most definitely trust. Here, the stylist showcases how best to nail the statement sweater, shot on location at Jack’s Wife Freda in Soho.

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